We are looking for an enthusiastic and engaging qualified Teacher of Science as Lead Practitioner. You will need to be an outstanding teacher with a commitment and passion for your subject as well as Leadership and Learning.
John Henry Newman Catholic College is over-subscribed and is expanding due to a rise in popularity and success. This exciting opportunity has risen due to the expansion of the College and is an opportunity to join a successful team who wish to share their love of Science and Science teaching with a new colleague. We wish to appoint a well qualified and passionate Lead Practitioner who can enthuse students with an infections love of Science.
Our Academy is a learning community of outstanding teachers and staff who wish to make a positive difference to the young people we serve.
Are you an Aspiring Senior Leader?
At John Henry Newman Catholic College, we have a strong culture of school improvement, and professional development is at the heart of our learning community.
We are part of the Bishop Challoner Teaching School Alliance (TSA) of 55 schools, currently – 27 Secondary schools, 22 Primary schools, 1 Special school, 2 First schools, 1 Middle school, 1 All-through school and 1 FE College. Through the Teaching School we offer the opportunity for you to gain your NPQSL qualification, a dynamic development programme for middle leaders potentially one year away from Senior Leadership. This programme is led by some of the most talented principals in the country and delivered by high-performing Principals and Senior Leaders with exceptional track records. Our leaders have a wealth of knowledge and are highly experienced in improving outcomes for students.
The successful candidate will be joining one of the most exciting Science departments in the country and have the opportunity to continue to develop professionally in a well led and supportive environment with a Head of Science and two Deputy Heads of Science.
John Henry Newman Catholic College is committed to the safeguarding and welfare of children and young people and expects all staff and volunteers to share this commitment. The successful candidate will, therefore, be required to undertake an Enhanced Disclosure via the Disclosure and Barring Service (DBS) as well as providing evidence of qualifications.